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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
456 AM EDT TUE JUL 29 2014

A DEEP UPPER-LEVEL LOW PRESSURE TROUGH WILL REMAIN ENTRENCHED
OVER THE GREAT LAKES AND NORTHEASTERN UNITED STATES FOR MUCH OF
THIS WEEK...PROVIDING BELOW-NORMAL TEMPERATURES DURING WHAT IS
NORMALLY THE WARMEST TIME OF THE YEAR.

A MIX OF SUN AND CLOUDS IS EXPECTED ACROSS THE STATE WITH A HIGHER
COVERAGE OF CLOUDS IN THE NORTHERN AND WESTERN MOUNTAINS...AND
MORE SUNSHINE IN THE SOUTH AND EAST. A STRAY RAIN SHOWER IS
POSSIBLE ACROSS THE NORTHWEST. HIGHS WILL RANGE FROM THE MID 60S
IN THE NORTHWEST MOUNTAINS AND THE LAUREL HIGHLANDS TO NEAR 80
DEGREES IN THE PHILADELPHIA METRO AREA. THESE VALUES ARE 5 TO 15
DEGREES BELOW NORMAL.

ANY SHOWERS SHOULD DIE OFF IN THE EARLY EVENING...AND LEAVE A DRY
NIGHT. IT WILL GET CHILLY WITH LOWS RANGING FROM THE UPPER 40S IN
THE ALLEGHENIES AND POCONOS TO 55 OR 60 DEGREES IN THE SOUTHEAST.

MORE SHOWERS AND A FEW THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED ON WEDNESDAY
OVER A WIDER AREA THAN TODAY. THE NORTHWEST AND CENTRAL MOUNTAINS
WILL LIKELY HAVE A LITTLE RAIN AT SOME POINT DURING THE DAY...MOST
LIKELY IN THE MIDDLE TO LATE AFTERNOON. HIGHS ON WEDNESDAY WILL BE
JUST SLIGHTLY MILDER THAN TODAY...IN THE UPPER 60S TO THE LOWER
80S.

$$

DANGELO




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